Emily Bass shows her style in the touch carnival at Scots PGC College.
Emily Bass shows her style in the touch carnival at Scots PGC College. Dreamsport Photography

Scots gets busy with carnivals

THE Scots PGC College director of activities, Andy McGregor-Lowndes, is already planning the third annual touch carnival next year.

Scots PGC held a carnival last year, then started a junior competition and on Sunday hosted players from 20 schools from as far away as Roma and Noosa.

"Team numbers were up from 18 last year to 49 this year," he said.

"Having the experience and expertise of Rick Borg as our referees co-ordinator, along with some of the top referees from Dalby, Toowoomba and Brisbane, added to the standard of the competition," he said.

Games were played at Scots PGC and Eastern Suburbs Junior Rugby League ground.

Scots won the open girls cup final. Other cup winners were St Joseph's (Toowoomba), All Hallows, Aquinas College and Harristown High.

Allora State School went down in the under-15 boys shield final 3-2 to Grace Lutheran College.



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